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    "New Posts" time of latest post not visible.

    The "new posts" function does show the latest posts, but the way it's formatted you can't see when the latest posts were actually made.

    Next the the poster's avatar I'm only seeing "Last Post: Tod" next to every post - the time of the post is hidden by the narrow CSS formatting of the column, and it'd be quite handy to have a wider column & to be able to see the times to tell what's new and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty View Post
    The "new posts" function does show the latest posts, but the way it's formatted you can't see when the latest posts were actually made.

    Next the the poster's avatar I'm only seeing "Last Post: Tod" next to every post - the time of the post is hidden by the narrow CSS formatting of the column, and it'd be quite handy to have a wider column & to be able to see the times to tell what's new and so on.

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    Ty
    Might help to tell them your browser and screen res Ty, I get the whole column just fine.

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    Hi Dave

    Windows 7
    2 times 1280x1024 plus 1 1920x1080
    Text size is set to "Smaller - 100% (default)"

    In Chrome 16.0 set at 100% zoom I see:
    Last Post: Tod
    by davedevelo

    In Explorer 9.0 set at 100% zoom I see:
    Last Post: Today 10:0
    by davedevelopment

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    Ty

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    Just had another look, I'm FF 10.0 (Ubuntu 11.10) and it starts to get clipped when I bring my browser window's width in to about 1400px.

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    Guys, thanks - we're working on it right now

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    Hi Ty.

    We've modded some of the CSS. How's it looking to you now?

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    Simon

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    Still looks a bit odd. This is a screengrab using the above settings.

    Ty
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    Is the browser window maximised or have you shrunk it? Also was that screenshot from IE or Chrome? Pls advise.

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    That particular browser window was 1200 pixels wide.

    Maximising it to 1920 pixels shows all of the information, but I doubt many people browse the web with a full HD res width browser window

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    Hi Ty. I think the sidebar is to blame. If I close the sidebar, I can view everything perfectly in a 1024x768 window. If I open the sidebar then it shunts the thread list content over and we see issues such as the one you raised. Looks as if we may have to consider ditching the sidebar. Incidentally when you took your screenshot was the sidebar open or closed in your 1200px browser window?


 

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